Computer Aided Engineering (CDTD 222)
Students using computer aided moldflow analysis programs will review material databases, determine the optimum process feasibility, balance runner systems, create and mesh finite-element moldels, perform three-dimensional computer analysis, and read and interpret the data displayed. Static analysis of mechanical products and systems will also be performed by creating models to be investigated with finite element analysis software. The application of finite element modeling and analysis to tooling and plastic products will be emphasized. Pre-Requisites:CDTD 121 and 122. Typically Offered Fall, Spring
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